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This article was published 22/12/2011 (2009 days ago), so information in it may no longer be current.
A police raid at the Brandon Shoppers Mall yesterday uncovered more than $10,000 in counterfeit clothing.
Officers from the RCMP's Federal Enforcement Service, which was investigating a store in the mall under the Copyright, Trademark and Textile Act, executed the search warrant.
The belts, hats, T-shirts and hoodies that were seized bore allegedly unlicensed trademarks from brands like Ford, Monster Energy, Harley Davidson, John Deere, Jack Daniels and Red Bull, according to the RCMP.
No charges have been laid yet, but the investigation continues.